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1. Enquiry regarding ortho online courses?
Hi , I want to know if any ortho online -CE courses are available? Also are there any discussion groups for ortho beginners?
The 12/04 issue of the World Journal of Orthodontics includes the following articles:
Editorial by T.M. Graber: Your Word is as Good as Your Bond
Indirect Bonding: A Comprehensive Review of Advantages by John T. Kalange
Indirect Laminate Veneers as an Indirect Bonding Method by K. Miyazawa, H. Miwa, S. Goto, T. Kondo
Bonding and Debonding Characteristics of APC-Plus Clarity Brackets Compared to APC Clarity Brackets by K. Staribratova-Reister and P-G Jost-Brinkmann
Distalization of Maxillary Molars Using the Speed System: A Clinical and Radiological Evaluation by F. Garino and G.B. Garino
Managing Orthodontic Treatment of Patients with Advanced Periodontal Disease: The Lingual Appliance by S. Geron
Relationship Between Formation and Eruption of Permanent Mandibular Buccal Dentistion and Vertical Height of the Mandibular Body: Longitudinal Study of Japanese Boys from 4 to 9 Years of Age by T. Takeshima, N. Suda, M. Ishikawa, Y. Takagi, K. Ohyama
Occlusal Reconstruction: Orthodontic Techniques for Treatment of Jaw Fracture by S. Yokoo, C. Tateishi, S. Furudoi, Y. Shibuya, T. Komori, H. Hanagaki, K. Moriyama
"World Board" Case Report: Treatment of a Patient with Unerupted Mandibular Molars, Lateral open Bite, and a Class II Subdivision Malocclusion by Joe Nelson Mucha
Ask an Expert by Bjorn U. Zachrisosn
VIP Interview: Anthony Gianelly by Samir A. Bishara
Orthodontics Around the World by Carla A. Evans
Tech Notes by Larry W. White
Abstracts and Reviews by Ahmet Keles
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